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Challenging time for markets
After a strong 2017, the first half of this year has seen increased volatility in world markets, as monetary policy tightens and political events elicit caution. World growth is expected to remain robust, but with downward revisions for the next two years....
Despite a dismal performance in the first half of 2018 owing to a plethora of setbacks - such as the stronger US dollar, the Turkish crisis, rising trade tensions and policy turbulence - emerging markets have a lot to look forward to in the second half...
The economic recovery is long in the tooth and the rate of growth is slowing.
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Would cause damage to other emerging markets
Reluctant to control interest rates
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Everyone likes low prices, but if I said to you the level of Japanese consumer prices are now at the same level as way back in October 1998, then correctly you would conclude something is not quite right.
The UK macro landscape is anything but settled. As Brexit D-Day fast approaches and signs of any tangible progress yet to materialise, markets are gearing up for a prolonged period of uncertainty and confusion.
In client meetings, it is usual to be asked about what we are worried about.
The US administration appears to be targeting export-oriented entities out of China.
European credit markets were hit this year by the rise in global trade tensions, a sudden spark in equity volatility and further political risks in Europe, mainly Italy.